Guidance for a Quality Program
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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SCALE
FOR FAMILY CHILD CARE
Teri N. Talan & Paula Jorde Bloom
Measure and improve the overall quality of your business
and professional practices. Assess qualifi cations and
professional development, income and benefi ts, work
environment, and more. Softbound, 48 pgs.
CARING FOR CHILDREN IN FAMILY CHILD CARE
Derry G. Koralek, Laura J. Colker & Diane Trister Dodge
An ideal training program! This two-book set addresses the
core professional competency standards of accreditation and
credentialing programs and includes helpful suggestions.
Two softbound books, 408 pgs. and 432 pgs.
BENCHMARKS TO QUALITY
Standards for NAFCC Accreditation to Measure
Provider Progress and Identify Recognition Milestones
Designed to enhance your self-study process and to
identify measurable progress as you work toward earning
accreditation from NAFCC, this useful tool identifi es
steps to fully meet all standards and addresses eligibility
and documentation requirements. Spiral, 94 pgs.
THE CDA PREP GUIDE
The Complete Review Manual for the Child
Development Associate Credential
Get detailed, step-by-step advice for earning
and renewing the Child Development
Associate (CDA) credential, obtaining a
Second Setting CDA, and deciding how
to continue professional development. The
materials supplement information from the
Council for Professional Recognition.
THE HOME VISITOR’S MANUAL
Tools and Strategies for Effective
Interactions with Family Child
Sharon Woodward & Donna C. Hurley
Develop the valuable skills of
communication, motivation, and
assertiveness to become a more effective
home visitor. Loaded with tools and
strategies to help you build these skills,
this guide complements what you already
know about nutrition, regulations,
policies, documentation requirements,
and child development to help you
teach, support, and encourage providers.
Softbound, 200 pgs.
Achieving Quality Recognition for Your Early Childhood Program
Rachel Robertson & Miriam Dressler
Pursuing third-party endorsements and accreditation is a signifi cant undertaking. Prove It! guides
you through the process of preparation, connecting criteria to program practices—including health
and safety, quality interactions, quality learning opportunities and environments, and diversity—
while maintaining high standards of care and quality. Softbound, 304 pgs.
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